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Workplace Retaliation

There are many laws in place at the state and federal level that protect workers from discrimination. Should a worker come forward to file a complaint of discrimination against their employer, employers are prohibited from retaliation against that person. Retaliation is defined as an adverse employment action and includes not just termination or firing, but […]

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Determining Liability in Multi-Car Pileups

The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that there are almost six million car accidents every year. One third of these are multi-vehicle accidents, also known as multi-car pileups – a very dangerous and expensive type of accident. When multiple vehicles collide with each other from different angles, the resulting damage is usually severe […]

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Increased Opioid-Related Car Accidents

Prescription opioid use is on the rise in the United States. The same is true of the increase of opioid-related traffic fatalities. Researchers from Columbia University recently released a study on the rise of fatal car accidents linked to opioid use in recent years. In 2015, close to 100 million Americans took prescription opioids in […]

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Losing Just One Hour of Sleep May be Deadly

The AAA Foundation recently conducted a study in which they found that a person losing even one hour of sleep from the recommended seven hours a night is deprived enough to increase the risk of a car accident. The following information and statistics is provided to encourage getting enough rest before driving. How Missing Just […]

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Going Back to Work After an Injury

For most workers, an injury only means leaving work temporarily to recover. Workers’ Compensation provides medical benefits and various types of wage replacement. Which type of wage replacement benefits an individual receives depends on the circumstances of their injury. For those who must leave work temporarily to recover, temporary total disability benefits provide compensation for […]

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What You Must Prove in a Slip and Fall Claim

To successfully prevail in a slip and fall accident, the liability of the property owner must be proven. The following is provided for informational purposes only and is not to be construed as replacing the advice of an attorney. Anyone who has been injured should contact our legal team at DiTomaso Law immediately. The Four […]

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Lack of Seatbelts Puts Everyone at Risk

A new report published by the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS) suggests that some people have not fully made the connection between objects in motion and the life-saving capability of seatbelts, especially those in the back seat of a car. Researchers found a remarkable number of people who use seat belts in the front […]

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Construction Fatalities

Construction sites can be very dangerous places, but most employers try to do as much as they can to prevent injury. They train their employees, supervise them, and provide protective gear. However, construction accidents happen and the Associated General Contractors of America (ACG) have conducted a study on construction site fatalities. Research showed a four […]

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Technology to Keep Teen Drivers Safe

Driving can be dangerous, especially for teenage drivers who do not have much experience behind the wheel. According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, drivers aged 16 and 17 are three times more likely than adult drivers to be involved in fatal collisions. Although statistics like this can make parents rethink allowing their teenagers […]

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New Jersey Auto Insurer Offers Teen Driver Training for Parents

Before receiving that coveted driver’s license, teens need to complete extensive classroom and practical training. Yet it is actually parents that do the most teaching. A local auto-insurer believes these parents may benefit from a refresher course themselves. New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Company (NJM) developed Share the Keys, a program designed to teach parents how […]

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